This two‐part class will introduce students to the act of drawing from the live human form, which can feel intimidating. This class is designed to make each artist comfortable, confident and enthused—no matter their background. In this second part of the Figure Drawing series, studio time will be spent covering topics such as composition, perspective, anatomy, and the concept of the critique, as more in‐depth processes are applied to longer poses.
This exciting workshop, which will take place at MCAD and at the Minneapolis Institute of Arts (MIA), is designed to give adults an organized framework useful for breaking down a work of art in linguistic rationale to help solidify a deeper understanding of what is being viewed.
Painting outdoors is a great way for artists to get out of the studio and reconnect with the natural environment. In this on‐location class, students will learn the essentials of landscape painting while enjoying what summer has to offer.